The Wooden Sky are a Canadian indie rock band based in Toronto, Ontario. They formed in 2003 as Friday Morning's Regret, but changed their name in 2007. They are currently signed to Black Box Recordings and are label mates with Shad and Ten Second Epic. Friday Morning's Regret originated after lead singer Gavin Gardiner wrote songs for a school project while attending Ryerson University. He formed the band with bassist Andrew Wyatt and drummer Chris Cocca, who has left the band. Their debut album, released in 2007, is When Lost at Sea. Band members now include Gardiner (vocals, guitars, harmonica), Wyatt (bass, vocals), Simon Walker (piano, vocals, guitar) and Andrew Kekewich (percussion).The band is frequently joined by Anissa Hart (Ohbijou, Kite Hill, The Rural Alberta Advantage) (cello), Mika Posen (Forest City Lovers, Timber Timbre) (Violion, Viola), and Edwin Huizinga (The Mars Volta) (Violin)  The band recorded their second album, "If I Don't Come Home, You'll Know I'm Gone" in late 2008 and early 2009 in Montreal with producer Howard Bilerman (Arcade Fire, Thee Silver Mt. Zion, Basia Bulat). This record, released on August 25th of 2009, saw them push the limits of the folk and country genres that was heard on "When Lost At Sea" with a more sonic and multi-instrumentally layered aesthetic. They toured with throughout the summer of 2009 on their own in Canada and in the fall 2009 in support of "If I Don't Come Home You'll Know I'm Gone" throughout North America with Elliott Brood.